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Published on Jan 5, 2011
They live there. They eat there. Their children attend school there. But most of all, they work there. They are the 17,000 employees of EUPA, a "Factory City" in the southeast corner of China.
EUPA's massive workforce pumps out 15 million irons per year, millions of sandwich grills, microwaves, coffee makers and blenders. Now they are about to take the manufacturing world by storm with their introduction of solar powered products.
From the 2500 microwaves that come off the line each day to the four tons of rice served daily in the five ca feterias, we showcase the process and the personalities that keep this massive machine well-oiled.
The show will focus not only on how the goods are made, but how the Factory City operates.
It's a novel concept for the rest of the world. But it's become a way of life in China, where a new industrial revolution is unfolding on a scale the world has never seen.